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Employment Opportunities

Marketing Fundraising Manager

The National Committee is seeking an experienced Marketing professional to assist in the development, implementation and administration of the organization’s marketing programs, strategies and activities.  This is a mid-level manager position, reporting directly to the Director of Marketing.

Incumbent would be responsible for:

  • Participating in planning and implementation of direct marketing programs for channels such as mail, online, and phone. Assists in proposal preparation for potential fundraising opportunities. Helping analyze and monitor financial performance of direct marketing activities for profitability.
  • Overseeing the day-to-day implementation of the direct response program by working with the agency. Maintaining working knowledge of all departmental databases.
  • Supervising the development and completion of all collateral pieces--- including internal copy, artwork, and proof approvals.  
  • Interacting with National Committee’s advertising agency, computer service bureau, production studios and editors, list broker and list manager; serving as a point of contact for program vendors.
  • Ensuring that the organization’s marketing program results and reporting are up-to-date and complete by working with Marketing Information and Report Specialist.
  • Ensuring that all marketing pieces comply with National Committee brand standards.  Oversee the National Committee’s branded items (i.e. stationery, PowerPoint, and templates).
  • Possessing a thorough knowledge of the email service provider’s product and working closely with the agency and internal staff to ensure strong online program.
  • Participating in market research activities.
  • Performing and/or overseeing special analytical projects.
  • Directly supervising Marketing Assistant.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in marketing, finance, statistics or related field or equivalent experience and at least seven years of relevant experience in advertising, media or direct mail is required.  Multi-channel work experience strongly desired.  Online Marketing experience a plus.

Ability to work independently and use good judgment; good oral and written communication skills; an intermediate level of experience with personal computers and database software is required. Maintains thorough and contemporary industry knowledge of all National Committee’s channels, giving and demographic trends.

Our office is conveniently located near Union Station in Washington, DC and accessible to several modes of public transportation. This position offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits. Candidates may send cover letter, resume and general salary expectations to  

Policy Advisor

The National Committee is seeking a Policy Advisor to advise our President/CEO and leadership on legislative and policy matters affecting the National Committee.   Incumbent will participate in strategic planning, development of public policy and legislative goals for the National Committee and lobby members of Congress on behalf of the National Committee’s membership.   

Incumbent Responsibilities:

  • Monitor and analyze legislation and proposed policy changes within the legislative and executive branches of the federal government which impact the membership of the National Committee, the organization’s agenda or internal operations; propose actions on policy positions for approval by the President/CEO of the National Committee
  • Monitor announcements and actions of public interest organizations; propose and implement coalition or liaison activities with those organizations as appropriate
  • Represent the organization and its legislative agenda before members of Congress, Congressional Leadership, Congressional staff, White House, Executive Branch officials and media;  serves as one of the National Committee’s media spokespersons on Medicaid and other projects as assigned.
  • Work with other departments to review internal and external communications to ensure accuracy and consistency with National Committee policy positions, endorsements and goals
  • Coordinate with other staff on the administration of the NC’s leadership role in the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in health policy, political science, public administration, public policy, economics or other liberal arts disciplines; registration as a federal government lobbyist required; minimum of seven years experience in policy development, political and legislative process or related experience. Expertise in public policy, particularly knowledge of Medicaid and long-term services and supports is required; working knowledge of Medicare, the Affordable Care Act and Social Security programs and their impact on the National Committee legislative agenda is desirable.

Excellent oral and written communication skills as evidenced by position papers, presentations, extemporaneous speaking and/or media interviews. Strong analytical skills required; experience with building and maintaining advocacy coalitions; ability to work effectively across departments to carry out the efforts of the Government Relations department.

This position offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits. Our office is conveniently located near Union Station in Washington, DC and accessible to several modes of public transportation. Qualified candidates may send cover letter, resume and general salary expectations to

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